||Lake Sabrina, a mountain lake located in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, California. This is where the Section - 2 of California State Highway #168 starts from, and terminates at a junction with State Route #266 near the California/Nevada border.
|North Lake Road
||North Lake Road, North Lake, a small lake located in the Bishop Creek Valley beside the Bishop Creek Canyon on the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range,
||Alpine Drive, Aspendell, California, a community located on State Route #168, on the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, California. Bishop Park Group Campground, located along State Route #168.
|S Lake Road
||S Lake Road, Four Jeffreys Camp Site, Ems Pond, South Fork Bishop Creek, South Lake,
|W Bishop Creek Road
||W Bishop Creek Road, Bishop Creek, a large stream in Inyo County, California. It is the largest tributary of the Owens River,
||Starlite Drive, Buttermilk Road, Community of Starlite, California, Mount Tom, Mt. Humphreys in the Eastern Sierra Nevada are in the vicinity providing grand views.
|Plant 6 Road
||Plant 6 Road, Cerro Coso Comunity College, located just off State Route #168,
|Red Hill Road
||Red Hill Road, Ed Powers Road, Millpond Recreation Area, located on the Sawmill Road, Tungsten City Road, Community of West Bishop, California, Izaak Walton Park,
||Brockman Lane, Community of Brockmans Corner, California,
||N-Tu-Su Lane, Dixon Lane-Meadow Creek, California, a community in Inyo County, California, Dixon Lane-Meadow Creek,
||Main Street, United States Highway #395, United States Highway #6, Bishop, California, a city in Inyo County, California, located near the northern end of the Owens Valley, State Route #168 passes through the city. Bishop, California, is known as the "Mule Capital of the World". Mule Days, a week long festival held here attracts many tourists. Bishop Park, Tri County Fairgrounds, Northern Inyo Hospital,
|Access: Golf Club
||Access, to, Bishop Golf Club, a golf course located just off State Route #168,
|Warm Springs Road
||Warm Springs Road, to, Owens Valley, Lower Owens,
||Collins Road, Wilkerson, California, a community in Inyo County, California, Owens River flows on the east.
|Big Pine, CA
||Big Pine, California, a community in Inyo County, California, located south-southeast of Bishop, California, Triangle Camp County Park, Mendenhall Park, Methodist Church Big Pine,
||Zurich Station, California, a former station now abandoned,
|Death Valley Road
||Death Valley Road, Waucoba Road, to Cowhorn Valley, Saline Valley,
|White Mountain Road
||White Mountain Road to Bristlecone Pine Forest, Grandview Campground, Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, located in the California White Mountains, is where the oldest known living trees on earth are located. Pinus longaeva is a Great Basin bristlecone pine.
|Access Road: Observatory
||Access Road to the Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy (CARMA), a university-based astronomical instrument having 23 radio telescopes. It's location is on a new high-altitude site in eastern California, along State Highway #168. Active research groups composed of research scientists, professors, undergraduate and graduate students are being support by the CARMA institutions through their involvement in CARMA.
||Westgard Pass, a narrow gap between the White and Inyo mountain ranges in the Basin and Range Province of California, lies entirely within the Inyo National Forest, in northern Inyo County, California. State Route #168 crosses the pass, connecting the Owens Valley to Deep Springs Valley.
|Deep Springs Ranch Road
||Deep Springs Ranch Road, Community of Deep Springs, California, Deep Springs, a private, all-male, alternative college in Deep Springs, California, It is one of the most selective and prestigious institutions for undergraduate students in the United States. It is located off State Route #168, in Deep Springs Valley, Inyo County, California.
|Wyman Creek Road
||Wyman Creek Road, Silver Canyon Road, White Mountain Road,
||Canyon Road, Oasis Road, Eureka Valley Road,
||Junction State Highway #266, with State Highway #168, near the California/Nevada border. This is where California State Highway #168, ends.